The FIFA Women’s World Cup kicked off on July 20 with the best countries in the world descending on Australia and New Zealand for what is expected to be a groundbreaking tournament in the Women’s game that is rapidly growing.

The African charge is spearheaded by the 2022 Women’s African Cup of Nations champions South Africa. Joining Banyana Banyana are Nigeria’s Super Falcons who have vast experience at the global showpiece whilst Zambia’s Copper Queens and Morocco make their tournament debuts.